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Anton Pieck (1895–1987)

Autor(a) de Anton Pieck zijn leven, zijn werk

35+ Works 288 Membros 2 Críticas

About the Author

Inclui os nomes: A.F. Pieck, Anton Pieck

Séries

Obras por Anton Pieck

Anton Pieck zijn leven, zijn werk (1973) — Ilustrador — 59 exemplares
Spiegel van staten en steden (1950) — Ilustrador, algumas edições; Ilustrador — 31 exemplares
Anton Pieck's sprookjesboek (1980) — Ilustrador — 23 exemplares
Die goede oude tyd (1980) — Ilustrador — 21 exemplares
De Nederlanden : tekeningen en vertellingen (1981) — Ilustrador — 18 exemplares
De wereld van Anton Pieck (1987) — Ilustrador — 16 exemplares
Sprookjesboek van De Efteling (2009) 12 exemplares
101 Sprookjes van Grimm (1984) — Ilustrador — 10 exemplares
Anton Pieck als illustrator (1984) — Ilustrador — 10 exemplares
Herinneringen aan Amsterdam (1986) — Ilustrador — 10 exemplares
Ontmoeting met Hildebrand (1976) — Ilustrador — 7 exemplares
Sentimentele aardrijkskunde: Zeeland (1974) — Ilustrador — 6 exemplares
Bemin dan Amsterdam — Ilustrador; Ilustrador — 5 exemplares
Anton Pieck winterboek (2001) 5 exemplares
Vertellingen van Duizend-en-Eén-Nacht (1984) — Ilustrador — 5 exemplares
Antons Geheimnis (1985) 4 exemplares
Schetsboek (1987) 3 exemplares
Anton Pieck - Vermaak — Ilustrador — 3 exemplares
Anton Pieck Sprookjeswereld (1987) 3 exemplares
Sprookjes van De Efteling - deel 4 — Ilustrador — 2 exemplares
Was getekend Anton Pieck (2019) — Ilustrador — 1 exemplar
Ezeltjes vertelden 1 exemplar
Boertje 1 exemplar

Associated Works

Salka Valka (1948) — Ilustrador, algumas edições356 exemplares
Pallieter (1916) — Ilustrador, algumas edições209 exemplares
The Bjorndal Cycle (1933) — Ilustrador, algumas edições97 exemplares
Anton Pieck 85 : een wonderlijk fenomeen (1980) — honoree — 18 exemplares
Vlaanderen anders bekeken (1983) — Ilustrador — 15 exemplares
Helden der mensheid (1941) — Ilustrador — 11 exemplares
De tuin der goden — Ilustrador, algumas edições8 exemplares
Het Rode Kruis kerstboek (1986) — Ilustrador — 7 exemplares
Elseviers internationaal kerstverhalenboek (1979) — Ilustrador — 4 exemplares
Het Sprookjesboek van de Efteling — Ilustrador — 2 exemplares
Anton Pieck : legende van een zondagskind (1985) — Ilustrador — 2 exemplares
Sprookjes van Grimm — Ilustrador — 1 exemplar

Etiquetado

Conhecimento Comum

Nome canónico
Pieck, Anton
Nome legal
Pieck, Anton Franciscus
Data de nascimento
1895-04-19
Data de falecimento
1987-11-24
Localização do túmulo
Cremated
Sexo
male
Nacionalidade
Nederland
Local de nascimento
Den Helder, Netherlands
Local de falecimento
Overveen, Netherlands
Locais de residência
The Hague, Netherlands
Overveen, Netherlands
Educação
Bik en Vaandrager Institute
Royal Academy of Fine Arts, The Hague
Ocupações
painter
artist
graphic artist
drawing teacher
engraver
book illustrator (mostrar todos 8)
etcher
resistance member
Relações
Pieck, Henri (tweelingbroer)
Organizações
Bik en Vaandrager Institute
Kennemer Lyceum
Prémios e menções honrosas
Order of Orange-Nassau (Knight|Officer)

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Anton Pieck was born to a working-class family in Den Helder, The Netherlands, with a twin brother, Henri Pieck, who also became an artist. The brothers began drawing lessons at age six. That year, the family moved to The Hague. Anton and Henri both studied at the Bik en Vaandrager Institute, and Anton went on to the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. During World War I, he was conscripted into the Dutch Army and placed on "standby," spending most of his time drawing for his fellow recruits. After the war, Pieck became an art teacher first at the Bik en Vaandrager Institute and then at the Kennemer Lyceum in Overveen, a position he held until he retired in 1960. In the 1920s, he published the first of his countless drawings, paintings, etchings, and engravings. He became well-known for his book illustrations, which were also published in the children's magazine Zonneschijn. His most famous book illustrations were for Grimm's Fairy Tales (1940) and The Arabian Nights (1943-1956). From 1938, he created charming 19th-century city scenes and winter scenes for Christmas cards to benefit a children's organization, which were bestsellers in the Netherlands as well as in the USA. This led to a huge industry that duplicated his paintings on greeting cards, calendars, and puzzles that are still popular today. Pieck put his artistic talents to use during World War II by counterfeiting identity documents for the Dutch Resistance. He also hid Jewish refugees in his home. After the war, Pieck was responsible for designing the fairy tale theme park De Efteling in Kaatsheuvel, which opened in 1952. Efteling became tremendously influential, inspiring Walt Disney and many other designers, who borrowed from Pieck's materials, colors, and shapes for their own works. Efteling is the most popular amusement park in Europe. In 1984, the Anton Pieck Museum (Huis voor Anton Pieck) opened in Hattem, displaying his personal possessions and artworks.

Membros

Críticas

Een rondreis door Europa en Noord-Afrika met prachtige tekeningen van Anton Pieck. De rondreis gaat via Nederland, België, Engeland, Marokko, Marrakesj, In de souks, Slangenbezweerders en dansers, Tanger,, Rabat, Langs de karavaanwegen, De Profeet, Fez, Sultan, Meknes, De Aïssaouas, en de Marokkaanse keuken naar Zweden, Zwitserland en eindigt in Italië. In 1937 maakte Anton Pieck een reis door Marokko. Van de ongeveer tachtig tekeningen die hij er maakte, verscheen een aantal in 1955 als illustratie in het succesvolle boek Spiegel van Staten en Steden van C.F. van Dam en mr. E. Elias. Pieck vond in Marokko een wereld die hij in Nederland zo graag verbeeldde maar die hier niet meer bestond: straattaferelen met bedelaars, handelaren en artiesten.… (mais)
 
Assinalado
gentcat | Jul 31, 2009 |
Werk, Zyn Leven & Zyn,Anton Pieck
 
Assinalado
Helger55 | May 6, 2008 |

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Estatísticas

Obras
35
Also by
13
Membros
288
Popularidade
#81,142
Avaliação
3.8
Críticas
2
ISBN
31
Línguas
2

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